Below are some ways to help animal organizations in your community. Easily get involved as an individual or get your entire company doing something!
Animal organizations are on dependent on volunteers to operate! While volunteering directly with animals is super helpful, some people would prefer to help in other ways. There are many ways to volunteer:
There are many ways to volunteer:
Contact your local organization to find out their needs.
Team up with a local organization and help them save more dogs and cats each year by opening up your home. Most organizations will have a foster home application, followed by an interview and home inspection. They’ll work with you to find an animal that fits into your family as a foster. Serving as a foster home allows organizations to save more animals! Plus, you get a furbaby to love until they find their forever home.
It’s great to support large animal organizations like the ASPCA, The Humane Society of The United States, Humane Canada, etc., but donating time, supplies, and money to smaller organizations can have a huge impact directly on animals in your local community. Reach out to an organization in your area. Find out what their needs are and see what kind of impact you can make. A little goes a long way. Become a fan – follow, like, share and comment on social media to help!
Reach out to your local animal shelter or rescue organization to see what their supply needs are. Then start collecting donations, you could even setup collection boxes at your work, church, etc. Consider providing wish lists to your network for people to ship supplies directly to an organization. When in doubt, an event that generates money will always be appreciated. A bake sale, car wash, or email campaign can be a great way to raise funds!
Ready to get the company involved? Here are just a few ways that you can your entire brand to help out.
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